Jesus said to them, “Fill the waterpots with water.” And they filled them up to the brim. And He said to them, “Draw some out now, and take it to the master of the feast.” (John 2:7-8)
Even as the men drew the water from the pot, it turned to wine. After the master of the feast drank it, he complimented the bridegroom on its excellent quality. The Lord turned crisis into creativity, tragedy into triumph, poverty into plenty, and water into wine. When man provides anything, he always supplies the best first and then an inferior product after that. But when Jesus Christ comes into our lives, He starts with the best, and then continues to do “above all that we ask or think.” 


Living in the In-Between Times

As people following Christ, we all experience stop and go, arrival and departure, life and death. We know about living in between pivotal moments. It’s easy to believe that God is not at work in the ordinary. But He is! Through my book Living in the In-Between Times, you’ll discover how God speaks to you, how you can respond, and the significance of decisive commitment to the will of God.